Responding to the latest EU demand, Nigel Farage, the UKIP MEP stated, 'this is another preposterous example of Europe interfering with our home policies,' after admitting he would vote for sanctions 'because let's face it, cricket is overly complex to understand.' A Plaid Cymru MEP also said she would vote for the sanctions. 'It is an impenetrable dense activity with an arcane language of its own,' she said in Welsh through an interpreter, 'and is followed by only 4% of the population, enjoyed by fewer,' she noted, adding, 'but the amount of TV coverage is disproportionate, they'll be wanting their own dedicated cricket channels at taxpayer expense next.'. David Cameron, the Prime Minister, said he would fight the EU 'tooth and nail' over the sanctions. 'Yes. It is slow and involves a lot of standing around,' he noted, 'but that fits in perfectly with the sporting aspirations of British youth.' A spokesman from the English Cricket Board issued a statement involving words like 'stump' and 'googlies' but an interpreter wasn't available at the time of going to press.
EU - 'Cricket to be simplified, or we'll apply sanctions'
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